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Model #0136401

CH38A Autofeed Cap Hammer

  • Vacuum-driven cap system delivers a cap and staple
  • Auto-feed feature automatically brings in the next cap
  • Cap and staples together ensure stable and secure fixing
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Price:
$7119

Product Overview

The Stinger CH38A Auto feed Cap Hammer delivers the holding power of a cap with the speed and ease of a hammer tacker. The Stinger CH38A features gravity feed mechanism allowing the tool to airlessly deliver a 1 in. plastic cap with a 3/8 in. staple without a trigger. The CH38A is for use securing roofing underlayment's, felt and house wrap.
  • California residents
  • For use with Stinger 3/8 in. staplepac only
  • Holds 168 caps and 168 staples
  • An airless cap system that delivers a cap and a staple
  • Advanced auto-feed feature automatically advances the cap and positions it for the staple
  • Cap fasteners are recommended installation best practice by house wrap manufacturers as caps help seal out moisture that can penetrate sidewalls
  • Provides better holding power than a nail or staple alone, reducing problems with moisture penetration and blow-offs
  • Easy to use

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
6 in
Assembled Width (in.)
13 in
Handle Length (in.)
5.5

Details

Hand Tool Type
Stapler
Maximum staple size (in.)
.375
Returnable
180-Day
Staple type
3/8" Crown
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
The STINGER CH38A Autofeed Cap Hammer is a non-warranty item.

Questions & Answers

3Questions5Answers

Left Hander?

Asked by AE February 3, 2015
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My grandson is left handed, I am right handed......somewhat awkward using it left handed....built more for right handed individuals, in my opinion. Plastic caps are appx 1/16 of an inch thick....they do hold, if you can get the staple (3/8) hammered in. Like a right-handed gun.....a left handed individual can shoot it, but comfort comes from using a left handed weapon.....ergonomics.

Can the CH38A use aluminum staples?

Asked by Curious April 10, 2018
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Answers

No, this item only uses plastic.

Can I use t50 3/8 staples. This cap stapler.

Asked by Spike January 10, 2020
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Answer

Thank you for your STINGER question. The Stinger CH38A is for use with Stinger 3/8 in. staplepac only. The staples are designed in a way that allows them to cut through the plastic cap, which ordinary staples do not have. Thank you for viewing this STINGER product! -Team STINGER

Customer Reviews

  • 16 Customer Reviews
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Cumbersome, auto feed mechanism gets in the way. It’s also...
Cumbersome, auto feed mechanism gets in the way. It’s also hard to you on 16 OC studs when insulating, it requires a 90 degree angle when slapping or hammer and overeat doing that is challenging.
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Auto feed takes a knack to get the buttons to...
Auto feed takes a knack to get the buttons to come out correctly to match the staples. 3/8” depth staples have little to no holding power. I used this to put down roofing underlayment while it was beginning to rain. It was fast. But in the end the side with 1” hand nailed plastic caps lasted weeks. These blew off as soon as the wind picked up. Returned.
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RIGHT STAPLER....WRONG SIZE STAPLES...
RIGHT STAPLER....WRONG SIZE STAPLES
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Staples do not hold the material and the gun jams,...
Staples do not hold the material and the gun jams, I do not recommend this item
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It's much faster then hammer and cap nails, however this nailer inconsistent At best. 7 out of 10...
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It's much faster then hammer and cap nails, however this nailer inconsistent At best. 7 out of 10 times it works correct,and you have to bang it like a Hammer if you want it to work correctly. For a 1-2 time use its faster, but It's the type of tool that you rent not buy.....it's too incosistent
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Too many misfeeds. The ergonomics (handle angle) is wrong...
Too many misfeeds. The ergonomics (handle angle) is wrong when you strike.
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This tool did speed up the tacking of Tyvek but...
This tool did speed up the tacking of Tyvek but had issues. As others have stated, if you do not present the face of the stapler flat to surface it will misapply staple and cap. The other issue I encountered was that the staple feed spring assembly would fly out along with staples if hit too hard.
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impressive but you must hit flush not crooked...
impressive but you must hit flush not crooked
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it served my purpose...
it served my purpose
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